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Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX1 Review Samples

36 images • Posted 09 February 2012 • View album
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Adrian Van

I was impressed with the video quality of the GX1 after buying this camera and works with autofocus which quicker than some DSLRs in video AF (except a few of the new dslrs with on sensor AF). Recommended for that alone, over my earlier model Pen. Panasonic knows video. Maybe Olympus is better now. I also have the Olympus 12-50mm and it records fine detail capture on the GX1. I recommend upgrade from the kit. I also have the original Panasonic 14-45mm, sharp lens with OIS which helps stabilize with video in a smaller lens than the Panasonic 14-140mm if carrying size if a consideration. Great lens also, and still can be found online.

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reanim888

Iam really like the design of the GX1, though I do have a few quibbles. It's a little bigger than the rest of the field, but none of these is sufficiently small with a lens attached to be considered significantly smaller than the others. It's got a nice-size grip and thumb rest, which makes it comfortable to hold and shoot single-handed, and it feels well constructed.

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